3 things to know about buying property near an upcoming MRT station

Whether you're looking for property that offers the greatest value for money right now or are concerned about future rental yields, you need to know just how having an MRT station nearby affects the price you pay now, and how good an investment the property will turn out to be later on. -MoneySmart

Making a million before 30: Pauline Ng

Meet young local bosses who have built companies with more than $1 million in revenue annually. -ST

Google earnings and revenue fall short of expectations

Revenue for the quarter came in at US$17.26 billion , against the comparable year-ago figure of US$15.42 billion. -CNBC

Consumer prices here down for 5th straight month

Singapore's all-items consumer price index (CPI) fell 0.3 per cent last month. -My Paper

More laid off here amid economic restructuring

A total of 12,930 people lost their jobs last year. -My Paper

S'pore continues to invest in developing local trade talent

Workforce will have deep industry-relevant skill sets: Minister. -ST

Business advisers and HR services to help SMEs

Minister gives details of support schemes small firms have access to. -ST

Investing in a deflationary world

Deflation fears have been increasing globally since last year. -BT

A study in enterprise risk management

Lee Kuan Yew’s governance gives several case studies of enterprise risk management: Risks were identified, assessed, responded to, controlled, and monitored. -BT

'No containing' Singapore's shipping capacity

MPA’s growth plans may leave rivals trailing in its wake: HK shipping boss. -ST

SGX looks again to draw from China Well

SGX has been stepping up efforts to draw listings from China, with former head of listings now head of the exchange's China business. -BT

Old-fashioned bartering to give start-ups a leg-up

Online platform allows them to get what they need and pay in kind. -ST

Employers spend more on benefits but perceived value low: study

Only 10 per cent of companies in Singapore spent more than 30 per cent of payroll on staff benefits. -BT

S'pore 'happy to encourage investment in Indonesia'

The Indonesian leader was focused on developing infrastructure and would like Singapore to encourage investors to come to Indonesia. -ST

Noble promises more transparency

Sias revises position on trader’s AGM conduct after reviewing transcrip
 

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More non-Singaporean residents laid off in 2014

The rise in redundancies came mostly from non-Singaporean residents while Singapore citizens and Permanent Residents made up a smaller share of the layoffs last year at 56 per cent, compared to 65 per cent in 2013. -AsiaOne
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